Trevor Strnad: "I think they looked at me and said 'hell, if that dude can do this, then why can't we?"


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May 12, 2020

The hypothetically masked Manchester two piece Overrider are certainly a fresh and unique proposition, one that can be a source of idiosyncratic relation right now. Taking inspiration from artists such as 65daysofstatic, Three Trapped Tigers, Curve, Massive Attack, Oceansize and the more ambient work of Nine Inch Nails, Overrider are band that inter-blend voltaic electronic ambience with a tastefully subtle hacker aesthetic and a love of cod...

April 22, 2020

Photo: Simon Holliday

Those local to the Bristolian contemporary scene will likely acknowledge the name Downard with knowing, ever so slightly chipped-tooth grins. Composed of partners Andy Pickett (Drums, Vocals) and Kate Louise (Bass), the noise-rock duo have been honing their craft in the underbelly of the South West for almost a decade now, cracking venue foundations and grinding teeth aplenty in the process. With their long-awa...

February 17, 2020

“Sweat, loss of hearing and tears,” reply the band when asked about what they want people to experience when catching them live for the first time. It’s a brief but perfectly tailored answer, one that encapsulates the sound of DITZ in a nutshell. Emerging recently from the deafening hive that is the Brighton scene, the noise-punk quintet have been the subject of much debate and discussion within the UK DIY scene as of late. A topic that’s been fu...

February 5, 2020

After they took Immersed! Festival by storm, we chatted to Sophie Bryan [vocalist/guitarist] and Rhia Greer [drums] of the recent Stereo Brain Records signees Bloom, the powerful alt-rock trio making waves in the underground South Wales scene right now. 

Their initial line-up comprised of just the two of them, with the addition of bassist Max Theobald in late September 2019. They’d like to remind you that now, “Max is in the band”, as th...

January 8, 2020

Whilst 2019 was certainly a turbulent year to say the least, the year ultimately saw the release of a plethora of phenomenal music spanning the entirety of the alternative music spectrum. With the year now wrapped up, it’s time to look forward to the brave new world that is 2020. Whist it remains to be seen what the year holds, it already looks clear that this year is set to be abound with brilliant music, with hundreds of artists from all corner...

November 28, 2019

In January of this year, we released a two part article documenting a variety of bands that where set to dominate this year. Luckily for us, the majority of artists we featured erupted this year, with a number of listed artists going on to become colossal success stories. Yet, there was one band we featured that has spent the vast majority of this year within the shadows. However, that’s not to say the said band have not successfully established...

October 11, 2019

Siberia. One of most coldest regions on Earth and a place known for it’s stretching wastes of desolation. Many artists from history have drawn inspiration this isolated territory, finding the hidden beauty within it’s grim solitude. One such act are the Norwegian blackened hardcore collective Sibiir. Much like their respective black metal inspirations, the quintet have found inspiration and holistic beauty from the frozen swathes found within the...

September 30, 2019

Pay The Man is the musical project of Kyle David Smith based in Bridgend, Wales. The Solo Acoustic Project was formed in 2016 as a means to continue gigging after the indefinite hiatus of Kyles previous band Caesars Rome. Since then he has worked hard to make sure Pay The Man was added to any bill in the welsh music scene, even playing a few tours.

However, the project had felt something was missing in order for...

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